Why are paintings by Pablo Picasso so popular?
The "cubism" created by Picasso was a newer form of modern art. His paintings are very valuable.
He became famous for the abnormality of his paintings.
For starters, Hannah Hoch is a woman and Pablo Picasso is a man. So there.
I'm not sure if this is correct but.... Pablo Picasso was inspired by his father because, he was in the process of training to become an artist. So Pablo became inspired.
Pablo Picasso never went to jail so that question is irrelevant...
The 'Penguin Dictionary of Art an Artists' ends the article about Picasso like this 'No man has changed more radically the nature of art. He stands at the beginning of a new epoch. Most museums of modern art throughout the world have examples'. Picasso is known for his numerous paintings and his "cubism" style.
You become an artist because you feel you have the talent and the urge. So did Picasso.
Picasso married twice: 1917 and 1961. I do not think that is a lot.
Picasso was a Spanish painter so he work in Spain, but after he moved to southern France in 1904.
no it didn't effect his art
None of his wife's gave him a son
A woman thought she could not understand the Picasso painting she had just bought. So she went to Picasso with it and asked him how he would explain it. Picasso answered: 'Madame, this is your painting, not mine.'
He is creative because he is an artist and got lessons from his father.
because she is suffering depression
Because Pablo Picasso thought he could bond the human world with the dead world. Picasso kept finding new kinds of artistic expression: his Blue period, his rose period, his cubism (with Georges Braque), and so on.
If you mean Picasso you should say so! He was near professional at the age of 15.
What Inspired Him Was The Knowledge Of His Family And Friends So They Can Live Peacefully In The World
In Spain, as in most countries, you inherti your father's name, in this case Salzillo. It is also possible to add the mother's family name after that of the father, in this case Salzillo y Alcaraz. You may know Pablo Ruiz y Picasso. (Fater Ruiz, mother Picasso). That famous painter found the mother's name more striking, so he signed all his paintings simply Picasso.
Picasso's parents gave him his name! Answer 2: It is a bit more complicated than that. His Christian names, which are a lot more than just Pablo, were of course given him by his parents. His father's family name was Ruiz, but Pablo the painter thought his mother's family name, Picasso, looked better. So he used this.
Because Pablo Picasso saw the world in a whole different way then so many of us! He saw the faces like that in real life in a way.
Since most of Picasso's paintings were oil paintings I think so too.
I really dont know art...so I would say Pablo Picasso, or Mona Lisa.lol
The meaning is a woman who is weeping. Why believe everything is so complicated?
Pablo Picasso wanted to start a new style of art after creating so much according to the old rules and old styles. The world had changed since the world of the European Old Masters, and Picasso's Cubist works reflect this change.
He used not only oil paints, but water colour paints, engraving, pencil and so on.
Mr. Potato Head said, "Hey, Ham, I'm Picasso." So, he is imitating a famous artwork done by Pablo Picasso.
He felt very sad and emotional and so painted this image to convey his feelings
Type your answer here... I have a cutie by the name of Pablo and he steals everything he can from his brother Picasso. I have not detected a guilty gesture or look from Pablo, so I think not. Picasso, might I add, does not seem to mind in the slightest as he just wanders to Pablo's stash and helps himself anyway. Very Cute!!!
I think so many people love his paintings that he must be one of the most popular painters ever.
When Pablo Picasso started creating his master pieces a lot of people had never seen anything like it so how do you think they reacted. They were amazed ,mostly horrified but soon found it comforting. Like many artist he was not born rich, but he worked he was there. His eye was not set on the money, but on his art. He had trouble and problems like every body else but he made some of… Read More
Geurnica (northern Spain) was bombed by the German condor legion during the Spanish civil war. Pablo Picasso painted a famous response to this.
Yes, very much so.
Pablo Picasso educating was just painting in different styles and formates he hardly had any educated because he was so interested in painting he never focused on it.
He was born in Malaga, Spain, then he moved to Barcelona 4 years later. Then he moved to Madrid so he could study at the San Fernando Academy.
Picasso's work spans a large part of the 20th century, he lived 1881-1972. He constantly changed styles, so there is no single 'Picasso style'. He is particularly famous for starting Cubism together with Georges Braque.
Here are some of the world famous paintings created by Pablo Picasso ( Guernica, 1937. Prado Museum, Madrid Family of Saltimbanques, 1905. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Three Musicians, 1921. Museum of Modern Art, New York Card Player, 1913-14. Museum of Modern Art, New York Les Demoiselles d' Avignon, 1907, Museum of Modern Art, New York Portrait of Gertrude Stein, 1906. Metropolitan Museum These are some of the famous artworks most frequently discussed by… Read More
Pablo Picasso is an artist because of all the works he made. He was amazing at art since the age of 9. His father saw him working on a piece of his old work and he saw Picasso was better at art than him so he vowed he would never paint again. Picasso went through many periods like: 1) Blue Period 2) Rose Period 3) African and many more but he was just amazing at… Read More
Picasso's mother was always an inspiration. She was very keen on Picasso's work. His mother was a gorgeous woman, very fair and lovely. So when Picasso decided to paint a portrait of her, he managed to show her lovely hair, the curves that she has and also the emotion she had.
By painting from the heart and what they where experiencing. Follow your dreams and succeed in life you only live once so you might as well make the most of it.
Picasso explained: A sculpture is 3-dimensional. It can and should be looked at from all sides. A painting is 2-dimensional, so the painter is handicapped compared with the sculptor. Picasso looked for a way to combine several aspects of the subject in one painting. This was done by breaking down the subject into small facets which were assembled in the painting.
In 1904 Pablo Picasso began dating Fernande Olivier, but he later left her for Marcelle Humbert whom he called "Eva." That relationship didn't work out well, as he married Olga Khokhlova in 1918. They had a son named Paulo. However Olga's socializing style and Pablo's bohemian lifestyle often clashed which lead to an unsuccessful marriage. They separated when Picasso began an affair with Marie-Therese Walter who was 17. Pablo and Olga never completely divorced as… Read More
He created a new art movement, called cubism. In his youth Picasse learned to paint photorealistically, but he got bored to it and invented a completely new style of art.
Picasso's father was an art teacher and taught his son from a very early age. Picasso was taken to visit exhibitions, he met artists and later attended the school his father taught at. So he was always surrounded by art and the influences of art, from birth
Nearly all of Picasso's works are extremely well know so an exact answer is near impossible. However his painting of "Guernica" is the most reprinted and purchased of his paintings.
Pablo Picasso Biography Spanish Painter and Sculptor, 1881 - 1973 The Blue Nude by Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso dominated the development of the visual arts during the first half of the 20th century. His virtuosity, imagination, and expressive power made an impressive contribution to the era of the arts. Along with Georges Braque, Picasso is best known as one of the creators of Cubism, though he utilized many styles during his career. In the paintings… Read More
Do you like van Gogh's paintings? Other people like them foir similar reasons. Popular = many people like them.
Picasso created more than 18,000 works of art, so seeing them in an art museum is easy. Here are locations of three famous Picasso paintings: Guernica is in the Reina Sofia in Madrid; Les Demoiselles is at the Museum of Modern Art in New York; Three Dancers is at the Tate Modern in London. Addition: There are Picasso museums in Paris, Barcelona and Malaga.
Picasso is dead, so the question should be ' did' not 'does'.
Picasso has paint 13,500 it so cool:)
Pablo Picasso, was a Spanish cubist painter/sculptor, so his subjects varied. Human emotion was often portrayed in Picasso's art and he is best known for the many shapes that he used in those portraits. For more information, check out http://www.artcyclopedia.com/ or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pablo_picasso
Pablo Picasso clearly adored women, it certainly seems, given the amount of paintings, drawings and other art of Picasso that he made he, to some degree objectified the women he loved. Of the many women that Picasso loved, he only married two of them. It's uncertain if there is a definitive number of mistresses Picasso had. It is uncertain what the questioner means by mistress, but that Picasso had mistresses, kept mistresses and loved them… Read More